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Re: Here we go again...tor just stops
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- Subject: Re: Here we go again...tor just stops
- From: Kyle Williams <kyle.kwilliams@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 13:41:48 -0800
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I'm just throwing this out here, because something similar happened to me recently.
The app I was working with would run fine for a few hours, maybe even a day. Then it would just die, halt, or freeze my system.
After a week or so of trying to debug it, I remembered rule 1 in troubleshooting, check the physical hardware first to make sure it is working correctly. So I ran a memtest, and sure enough, I had a few bad spots in my RAM.
I wasted weeks thinking it was either:
1) bad code
2) bad OS
3) bad VM configuration
and it wasn't any of those. Go figure....
Perhaps run a memtest just to be sure it isn't hardware related?? Just a thought..
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 1:22 PM, Praedor Atrebates <praedor@xxxxxxxxx>
This is getting annoying to point of wanting to simply drop tor.
As of this morning I had been running tor-0.2.0.32 through Tork 0.29.2 without
hitch (Mandriva linux 2009.0). Any time I have tried to progress to anything
beyond this version I run into the same problem every time: tor will either not
run or, more likely, will run for some period of time and then simply stop
without any error messages to explain the termination.
This morning, I decided to give tor-0.2.1.11-alpha a try. Built and installed
just fine and started up just fine. It was running for at least several hours
without hitch but then I had to leave for a meeting. I'm gone for 2 1/2 hours
only to come back and find that tor has stopped without so much as a single
message anywhere on the system. Nothing in the tork logs either.
What the heck is going on?
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